Studies show ex-prisoners would be better off without intense supervision

An interesting report from the Brookings Institution: Two-thirds of those released from prison are re-arrested within three years. This incarceration cycle hurts families and communities—and also costs a lot of money. Governments and nonprofits have tried many programs to reduce recidivism, but most are not successful. In a recent review of the literature on prisoner reentry, IContinue reading “Studies show ex-prisoners would be better off without intense supervision”